Playboy Magazine is getting a makeover.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers has details:
Playboy will no longer publish photos of fully nude women.
Magazine executives told the New York Times it's part of a redesign that starts in March, but say the print edition will still feature women in provocative poses.
Editor Cory Jones says he talked it over with Editor-in-Chief Hugh Hefner recently about dropping the nude photos and he agreed - a big shift from the magazine that put Marilyn Monroe on its debut cover in 1953.
The move marks the latest step away from depictions of full nudity, which were banned from the magazine's website last August.
No other content changes were announced... good news for those who just read it for the articles.
In New York City, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.
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